10:05 AM Former Wallabies mentor Eddie Jones says it's "un-Australian" the national team are still without a coach, some 48 hours before they're due to fly to Europe.
Michael Carayannis 11:40 AM Samoan coach Matt Parish has backed his trio of stood down players to return to the squad despite being left "very disappointed" with their boozy night out.
Michael Carayannis 10:00 PM A broken foot is expected to rob Dallin Watene-Zelezniak of a Test debut but Penrith teammate Josh Mansour has capped a remarkable rise by being picked on the flank for the Kangaroos.
Caroline Wilson and Jesse Hogan 5:53 PM English Premier League champion Manchester City looms as a headline act in next July's marquee soccer tournament at the MCG.
Brad Elborough 3:48 PM Perth Glory coach Kenny Lowe says the busy start of the A-League season has provided a massive learning curve for him.
Adam Pengilly 4:29 PM Half a world away, Nash Rawiller can only chuckle at the irony. He pledged to shadow Fiorente's every step in his own Melbourne Cup quest last year before being ripped from the saddle of Gai Waterhouse's subsequent history maker.
Chris Roots 5:58 PM Spinning Hill, Tie The Knot and now Zanbagh have brought Patrick Payne, Guy Walter and the Tait family together, later in the circumstances no one would want.
Peter Siddle insists Australia are fighting fit and ready for their first Test with Pakistan in Dubai.
Chelsea and Bayern Munich scored big wins while Manchester City suffered in a stunning comeback by CSKA Moscow.
Bethlehem Vengthlang FC midfielder Peter Biaksangzuala has died from severe spinal cord damage.
Tempers flare between the Junior Kangaroos and Junior Kiwis as the two sides come close to fighting during a pre-game haka.
Canberra United failed to take advantage of an early Michelle Heyman goal, losing 2-3 to Adelaide United at McKellar.
The Canberra Capitals went down the Sydney Flames at the AIS Arena on Saturday night.
The Australian Sports Anti-doping Authority has issued amended show-cause notices to 34 current and former Essendon players.
Jarryd Hayne has enjoyed an illustrious career since bursting onto the scene with Parramatta in 2006.
A solitary goal from Khalfan Ibrahim was enough to condemn the Socceroos to their first ever defeat to Qatar.